Trump Tulsa Rally Thwarted By Netizens
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Young adults and K-pop fans are currently celebrating the success of their fake ticket reservation campaign for Donald Trump's Tulsa Rally. As reported by NBC News, one Diana Mejia, 19, originally saw a video from TikTok user Mary Jo Laupp, noting people could reserve tickets they had no intention of using in an attempt to humiliate the president with an empty arena; the video has since been viewed more than 2 million times. Twenty minutes after seeing the video, Mejia tweeted that she had reserved her own set of tickets: “oh no! I just reserved my tickets for 45’s rally on JUNETEENTH in TULSA and completely forgot that I have to mop my windows that day! now my seats will be EMPTY! I hope that everyone who sees this doesn’t make the same mistake I did! We want to see all 19,000 seats full! ” And, of course, many intentionally went on to make the same mistake Mejia did.
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